Amnio-Derived Biologics medicine is an outgrowth of translational research in tissue engineering and molecular biology. It offers the promise of restoring damaged tissue by promoting new growth. As noted above, neuropathy is generally the result of some form of damage. Provided the damage can be identified, and with a thorough medical history and modern diagnostic methods, it probably can, Biologics can repair some of the damage allowing for pain free functional living. In the case of neuropathy pain, this means the pain goes away because the source has been repaired.
One of the most promising avenues of regenerative medicine, and one we have extensive experience with here at the Pain Relief Institute, is stem cell recruitment. Stem cell recruitment has proved useful for addressing a variety of complaints including joint, tendon, ligament, and muscle damage, which means it can often prove therapeutic for neuropathy pain.
Utilizing “undifferentiated”, the cells can renew themselves through cell division and have the potential to develop into many different kinds of cell that the body needs. Thus, when a therapeutic procedure called cell infusion applies them to a damaged area, they can promote healing through the growth of healthy new tissue and thus provide an alternative to long time prescription medication use.